Wexford Foundation proud to choose Sheriff’s Department for its “Send a Hero” Program

The Beaufort County Sheriff’s Department is this year’s recipient of Wexford Charitable Foundation’s “Send a Hero” program. Through the generosity of Wexford members who raised $10,000 to sponsor the program and the owners of Aerial Adventure, Roger & Pam Freedman who very kindly donated passes, 100 members of the Sheriff’s Department and their guests will receive a complimentary visit and lunch at the Aerial Adventure in Hilton Head.

Jim Hicks, Wexford Foundation Chairman, who presented the passes to Sheriff P. J. Tanner, said Wexford and the Freedman’s want to show our appreciation and respect for those officers who work every day to uphold the law and keep our community safe. “We very much value this opportunity to say thank you to our police force.


Pictured: Joining Sheriff P.J. Sheriff Tanner are Wexford Foundation Chair Jim Hicks, Aerial Adventure Owner Roger Freedman and Foundation Trustees Sandy Berthelsen and John Cunningham

For more information about the Wexford Plantation Charitable Foundation, visit www.wexfordfoundation.com.

May Newsletter

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This month’s issue highlights one of our most unique amenities – the harbour. Our inland harbour not only provides scenic views, but also lends itself to numerous outdoor activities and water sports. In this issue, you’ll learn more about our Yachting Clubs of America reciprocity, Harbour Town Yacht Club Partnership, one of your adventures neighbors, our upcoming sailing competition and more.

Beyond Boating

While boating is an incredibly popular activity in our community,  you don’t have to own a boat to enjoy the harbour!  The harbour is pretty versatile, it can be used for fishing, kayaking*, sail kayaking, paddleboarding*, pontoon tours, or even odd lazy cocktail cruise. These are just a few of the things we can use the harbor for.  Swimming in the harbor however, is not recommended. *Wexford owns 5 paddleboards, 4 single kayaks and 2 double kayas for member us

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Our harbour is pretty unique.  We are the largest marina, by area, on the island; we have the second greatest number of slips (135), and if we add those docks behind houses we have the largest capacity over all, 280 berths. To learn more about our harbour, call (843) 686-8813.


Easter Spring Carnival

We don’t take Easter celebrations lightly here at Wexford! We offer an entire weekend of festivities, from our Easter Egg Hunt and Spring Carnival (Saturday) to our Grand Easter Buffet (Sunday).

This year’s Easter Spring Carnival was complete with two bounce houses, an inflatable basketball shoot, an inflatable slide, face painters and popcorn, as well as our of course our Easter Egg Hunts and the Easter Bunny himself.  Our Easter Egg Hunts were divided into three age groups (5 & under, 5-10 and 10+), each with their own area and own eggs. And just like Willy Wonka, we had golden eggs, which had special prizes. With over 100 children, it was quite the celebration!

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Just as popular as our Spring Carnival was our Easter Grand Brunch Buffet. We had record attendance since reopening the Clubhouse in 2010, with 349 members and their guests. The buffet itself was nothing short of amazing- ice sculptures, decorated turkey, carving stations and more!

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Golf is in Full Swing

With the professional golf season officially underway, it only seems appropriate to highlight our golf course. The original 18-hole Wexford Course opened in 1983. Following an extensive renovation, led by legendary golfer and respected golf course designer Arnold Palmer, Wexford unveiled its remarkable Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course in 2011. After the renovation, each hole on the par-72 course retained a distinctive and timeless look, while adding numerous risk and reward challenges that require thought, imagination and a well-honed short game. Take the Course Tour, view our Score Card and Meet our Pros.

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Golf Accolades

  • Home of the 2017 USGA Senior Open Qualifier
  • South Carolina’s Top 50 Golf Courses (2016) – SC Golf Course Ratings Panel
  • Rated one of the Top 100 Residential Golf Courses for the past four consecutive years in the U.S. in Golfweek’s Ultimate Guide to Golf Course Living & Great Escapes
  • Voted “Best Golf Course” in the 2013 & 2015 Island Packet Readers’ Choice Awards
  • Holes 9, 15, 17 & 18 recognized as “Best 18 Holes of Golf on Hilton Head” in the 2016 Island Packet Reader Survey

April Newsletter

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In honor of the highly anticipated Masters and Heritage weeks, this issue highlights all things golf – from a junior golfer member profile to the benefits of turfgrass on the course!

Golf Party Essentials

RBC Heritage is right around the corner – are you ready?!  If you’re planning to host a party, here are a couple easy menu essentials!

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6 eggs, Boiled, Peeled and Chopped and Chilled
4 Tbsp. Chopped Celery, Very Fine
1 Tbsp. Chopped Chives
1/3 Cup Mayo
1 Tbsp. Dijon Mustard
1 tsp. Salt
½ tsp. Black Pepper
Combine Eggs, Celery, Chives with Salt and Pepper. Mix Mayo and Dijon together and add to egg mixture. Refrigerate for 4 hours.

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2 oz Unsweet Tea
2 oz Lemonade
1.5 oz Vodka (Optional) – For an extra twist use lemon vodka or a sweet tea vodka!
Garnish with a lemon Wedge

Wexford Clubs & Groups

Love to travel?  Enjoy playing cards?  Interested in croquet?  Want to get active?  Meet more neighbors?  Whether you’re new to the community or you’ve been here for years – it’s never too soon or too late to get involved with one or more of our social clubs and groups!

  • Wexford 3D – This group is facilitated by Wexford owners and meets Mondays at 9 am in the Harbour Center. Topics are usually pulled from current news or an invited Wexford owner/ speaker.
  • Book Club // This group of women meets on the second Tuesday of each month to discuss different viewpoints regarding the book selected for the month.
  • Croquet // One of the hidden gems here at Wexford is our croquet lawn. We have an active group that plays Golf Croquet on Mondays, American six-wicket on Tuesdays and hosts monthly Wine & Wickets. Contact Harvey Geiger or Jan Jones to learn more.
  • Wexford Event & Travel Club (ETC) // Wexford ETC is an active group of members whose goal is to get to know one another better and explore social opportunities outside of the Plantation. They host social, local, regional & national/international trips.
  • Ladies Bridge // This group meets Wednesdays at 1 pm in the Clubhouse and is open to all levels of players. They play the Chicago Bridge format.
  • Mahjong // This group meets Mondays at 7 pm in the Harbour Center and Fridays at 1 pm in the Waterford Room.
  • Wexford Cares- Neighbors Helping Neighbors // This group of volunteers assist their neighbors in times of need by providing or picking-up meals and more!
  • Wexford Wellness // The mission of this group is to promote health through exercise, education and nutrition. Yoga is offered weekly. Special events and guest speakers are offered monthly.
  • Wexford Women’s Golf Association (WWGA) // There is an active group of female golfers within Wexford! The association has a group of ladies for 18 holes and 9 holes.  Ladies Day is Thursdays and Ladies Guest Day is the first Thursday of the month.

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For more information, visit www.wexfordplantation.com or contact Member Services at (843) 686-8810.

Celebrating 10+ Years of Service

Staff Highlights

“I’ve made so many great memories here, from meeting Michael Jordan to seeing the Clubhouse renovation.  I truly feel blessed for my employment here at Wexford, making all these great memories and working with such an amazing team; a team that I consider my family.” – Stevie Moultrie, Housekeeping (29 years of service)

“I’m one of the original players; I started back when Wexford was owned by the developers.  Over the past 30+ years, I’ve seen Wexford transform into the place it is today.  I fell in love with this place from Day 1.” – Michael Dupont, Common Area Staff (33 years of service)

“I love watching the Wexford children grow up.  It’s great to see the children who once came into the Harbour Center, fishing and playing around, all grown up with families of their own.” – Wanda Marshall, Harbour Center (17 years of service)

“I work here because of the homeowners.  They inspire me to do the best I can.” – James Burns, Common Area Staff (30 years of service)

“Not only is this a friendly community, but a friendly staff environment.  Wexford is my home away from home.” – Herb Simmons, Common Area Irrigation Tech (21 years of service)

“Over the past 30 years, I’ve built a trust with my supervisors and team.  It’s a great work environment.” – Harry Fripp Jr, Common Area Staff (31 years of service)

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“The membership has grown up alongside my family.  They’ve thrown me wedding showers, baby showers and surprise birthday parties.  It’s really nice to feel appreciated.”- Patrick Mason, Tennis (23 years of service)

“I enjoy working here because I know what the members want and expect, like a mindreader.” – Kenrick Chambers, Food & Beverage Service (11 years of service)

March Newsletter

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In recognition of Employee Appreciation Day (March 3), the March Club Times features who and what makes Wexford run. Enjoy favorite member moments and reasons why Wexford is a great place to work from our longtime team members, and insider information from different departments.